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It's not about the nine-to-five. It's about a lifestyle. It's about prime office space quite literally on top of a bustling marketplace - somewhere to meet, gather, eat and be inspired.

Total Rentable Area952,005 SFSummary of Building SFOffice: 689,696 SF
Retail: 262,309 SF
Service/BOH: 43,000 SF
Lot Area8.79 AcresParkingLandmark Center garage offers 1,068 covered parking spaces, 292 spaces on the roof deck and 152 spaces of surface level parking. There are a total of 1,512 spaces.
ArchitectsOriginally designed: George C. Nimmons 1928; Redevelopment: Bruner Cott & Associates 1998Structural SystemThe building is a cast in place concrete structure with masonry cladding. Solid Masonry with a brick veneer, limestone accents.
Building Height200' (includes tower) 
Number of Floors14 Total Floors
1-8 Main Building
9-14 Tower Structure
  
Typical Floor SizeApproximately 111,385 SF  

A monument to innovation, 401 Park Drive is entering a new phase in its storied history. With flexible floor plans, a LEED Gold certification and convenience in spades, the building is ready and open to house the city's most progressive companies.

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By car, by train, by bus, by bike or by foot, Landmark has accessibility down to a science. After all, when you're neighbors with the Mass Pike, I-93, rail and bus service, you're bound to be a commuter's dream.

From a nationally renowned whiskey bar to an award-winning BBQ joint, The Fenway is a culinary gem. The eclectic mix of cuisines from every corner of the globe makes this neighborhood a top foodie destination. Whether you’re in the mood for a down and dirty burger or a more refined selection of charcuterie, you’ll find it just steps away from Landmark, almost any time of day or night.

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An unparalleled combination of urban and natural space, Landmark's integration with the Emerald Necklace is unique in Boston. Upon the completion of the Sears rotary and the greening of the existing front parking lot, the bustle of Park Drive will fade into a swath of green. And enjoying one of Frederick Law Olmsted masterpieces suddenly becomes as easy as walking out the front door.

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Landmark is not so much a building as it is a community. It is part of The Fenway – a vibrant urban village packed with cultural institutions, eclectic eateries and lush green space. A dynamic range of high-end living options means residents can live on their own terms just steps from Landmark, right in the heart of the Hub.

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